GRADES 4 - 6. GRADES 7 - 9. GRADES 10 - 12. Discussion topics for English language learners. TedPower.co.uk Prepare for Discussion A work-scheme for Higher Intermediate & Advanced Level ESL Students 01 Alternative Beliefs 02 Animal Welfare 03 The Arts 04 Crime & Punishment 05 Cultural Differences 06 Economics 07 Education 08 Environment 09 Fashion 10 Food 11 Health 12 Holidays 13 Language Learning 14 Male & Female Roles 15 Marriage 16 The Media 17 Political Systems 18 Religion 19 Rich & Poor World 20 Science & Technology 21 Society 22 Sport 23 Tradition 24 Transport 25 Travel 26 Violence 27 Work 28 Youth & Old Age -----© Ted Power Glossary of Ten Discussion Techniques - detailed index List of the 28 Topics for Discussion [ This list of the 28 topics can be printed out for learners' or teachers' reference ] -- Higher Intermediate vocabulary and discussion - topics 1 to 10: 1. -- Higher Intermediate vocabulary and discussion - topics 11 to 20: 11. -- Higher Intermediate vocabulary and discussion - topics 21 to 28: 21.
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Readings and listenings by subject areas. The Listening Phase. Interactive Phase - Sample prompts Int/Adv. As part of the GESE examinations at Intermediate stage (Grades 7-9) and Advanced stage (Grades 10-12), candidates complete ‘the Interactive phase’.
Examiners initiate the phase by reading out a prompt. It is then the candidate’s responsibility to ask questions and make comments in order to develop and maintain a conversation based on the initial prompt. At the Intermediate stage, the emphasis is on the candidate demonstrating use of the language functions of the grade. At the Advanced stage, in addition to expressing the language functions of the grade, candidates are expected to demonstrate control of grammatical items of the grade. For practice, you can download sample prompts for each grade by clicking on the links below. The Topic Form - Levels 4-6.
As part of the GESE examinations at Grades 4-6, candidates present and talk about a topic of their choice which they have had time to prepare before the examination takes place.
Before their examination, Elementary candidates (Grades 4-6) must complete a ‘Topic form’ which they present to the examiner when they enter the examination room. The examiner uses the information on the Topic form to help initiate and develop a discussion about the candidate’s chosen topic area. It is designed to encourage spontaneous discussion which does not rely on memorised recitation. N.B NO Topic Form is required for Grades 7-12Important information – New Topic forms The GESE Topic forms have been redesigned as mind maps. You can find examples of completed topic forms in the GESE Exam Information booklet. Grades preparation. GESE Syllabus. GREAT!!! GESE Lesson plans. Sample videos 2010-2013. On this page you can: view sample exam videos for all GESE gradesread and download the Trinity marks awarded to the candidates in the videos and the reasons for their marks.
You should always view the videos together with the Trinity marks and reasons. This will help you understand the performance expected and required at each exam grade.